Images taken during a morning walk in historic downtown Flagstaff, Arizona,
May 25, 2013.
Babbitt’s Wholesale History
Linking to Lesley’s blog, Signs, Signs.
What a charming city, I love the architecture!The signs are great, my favorites are The sweet Shoppe and Flagstaff ( really cool ) !
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Oh, I do like that thermometer!!
Flagstaff really is a unique and charming little city. We went to a really fun dinner theater there. I think it was called Black Bart’s…where the college kids were the performers and wait-staff.
Yes, the dinner theater is Black Bart’s. I have a photo of the sign. :-D I was going to add a small version of it to my reply comment but apparently I can’t do that.
Happy to know it’s still there. Thanks for the heads up on my “Signs” link.. which I fixed. I have more trouble with linking there than anywhere else for some reason …and it’s one of my favorite memes.
That thermometer has been working since 1882? Wow! That in itself has got to be a record!
i like the big thermometer!
I like the thermometer too!
It looks like a charming town, and you got so many great shots of it!
Thanks, Icy. It’s a fabulous old town and full of history.
I like all of them – it is so good to see the older buildings surviving and being maintained!
Thanks, RedPat. I’m always happy to see older buildings being used and maintained, too. They definitely have a lot more character than new builds.
Historic buildings are fantastic … and a great place to put a nut house. I agree with the others; the thermometer is impressive.
Love that giant thermometer!!
Flagstaff is one place that I’d really love to have the chance to visit! What beautiful captures you got!
We’ll gladly be your tour guides if you and Mr. TT ever decide to visit AZ. :-)
That is one impressive thermometer! Most cities just have a clock.
I like the thermometer
An interesting bunch of signs. So love the ghost sign and the thermometer sign is a unique one.
Finding that ghost sign was an unexpected bonus. :-)
I love that thermometer!
I love historic places, the architecture is so amazing! Thanks for the info on the store, too!
I enjoyed the series. well done.
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